Concert tickets are available now to see Buckcherry, the rock 'n' roll band that hit the scene
and smashed it open with their edge hard rock metal sound. Known for their profanity-laced extreme attitude, audiences enjoy
their glam metal-meets-hardcore approach. With popular albums like Time Bomb leading the way, this band has gone from underground
to mainstream while attracting fans spanning several genres.
Buckcherry guarantees a hard-hitting, raw performance with
the excessive swagger and posturing that has become the signature of any true rock band.
Catch Buckcherry at some upcoming
shows scheduled for the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California; the Knitting Factory in Spokane, Washington; Trocadero
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey.
is a Los Angeles-based rock 'n' roll band, formed in 1995 with Josh Todd on vocals, Keith Nelson and Stevie D on guitar, Xavier
Muriel on drums, Jimmy Ashhurst on bass and James Burley on vocals.
Prior to founding Buckcherry, Todd served as the
frontman for Slamhound, a glam rock band based in Hollywood. He was introduced to Nelson by their tattoo artist and found
they shared a common interest - the music of AC/DC. They cut a few demos before hooking up with Devon Glenn (drummer) and
Jonathan Brightman (bassist), coining themselves Sparrow. Sparrow hit the Hollywood club scene, cultivating a local fan base.
Eventually, they inked a deal with DreamWorks Records and changed their name to Buckcherry because Sparrow was already a name
of a record label.
Their eponymous first album came out in 1999 and featured hit singles like For the Movies, Dead Again,
Lit Up and Check Your Head. It garnered critical praise as well as certified gold sales.
Yogi Lonich (rhythm guitarist)
joined the lineup in 1999. And Buckcherry embarked on a tireless tour to promote their first album. They opened for rocker
Lenny Kravitz as part of his Freedom Tour and also took part in the Woodstock 99 event.
They released their sophomore
album, Time Bomb, in 2001. The album did not fare well on the music charts, and tensions continued to mount within the ranks
over the musical direction.
Between August 2001 and January 2002, members Lonich, Glenn and Brightman exited the band
and were replaced by Matt Lawrence, Josh Fleeger and Dave Markasky.
The group disbanded in 2002, and Todd and Nelson
collaborated with former members of Guns N'Roses, which included Duff McKagan, Slash and Matt Sorum at the Randy Castillo
tribute show. Speculation arose that Todd would become the frontman for the project, but those rumors were squashed when Slash
put a stop to the project - which later on became Velvet Revolver headed up by Scott Weiland of the Stone Temple Pilots.
reformed in 2005, coming back stronger than ever. In 2006, the band pierced the music scene with the album 15, which struck
a chord immediately with fans. Hits like Sorry, Everything and Crazy Bitch filled the mainstream airwaves everywhere!
the new and improved Buckcherry is back with tenacity and a story to tell, leading the way with big hits like Crazy Bitch.
Buckcherry is a hard rocking band in the same vein as Guns N' Roses, and the crew has been rocking hard ever since their hard-driving,
sleazy rock release in 1999. Albums like Live & Loud 2009 validate Buckcherry as a nose-to-the-grindstone rock band! If
you'd like to hear Buckcherry's latest hits live, just check out their schedule and ticket availability right here through
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Listen up all you Buckcherry fans out
there. Test your knowledge about your favorite band, and see if you knew these fun facts:
Josh Todd and Keith Nelson
were introduced through a tattoo artist; the band's album, 15, acquired its moniker from the number of days it took to record
it; and one of Todd's influences while penning Black Butterfly was a memoir by Dave Pelzer. A Child Called "It" reflected
on Pelzer's experience of surviving child abuse.
Buckcherry Concert Experience
Buckcherry has participated
in several prominent tours, including Motley Crue's Crue Fest, which included Sixx:A.M., Papa Roach and Trapt. They also were
privy to the coveted spot of opening for Kiss on their 2009/2010 U.S. and Canadian tour. They were additionally included in
the Kerrang! Week Of Rock Tour with Dear Superstar and The 69 Eyes at the HMV Forum in London.
Now Buckcherry is hitting
the road again. Check out StubHub to see where they are headed to next, and reserve your tickets right away! Don't miss out
on your chance to see Buckcherry take the stage live!
Buckcherry Hit Albums
Buckcherry lit up the music
scene with their eponymous debut album in the late '90s, and has continued to be a force to be reckoned with ever since.
albums include: Buckcherry (1999); Time Bomb (2001); 15 (2006); Black Butterfly (2008); All Night Long (2010); and Confessions